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Mar 4, 2013 12:00am PST
europe as well. chris: what does it mean to be entitled? under the law at 65, you get all of the health care you need. doctors tell me or at least one doctor told me, people come in and they say give me everything and i don't want to pay for anything. >> in a way, you can argue what we have here is a branding problem. we need a rebranding of some of these things. they're not really entitlements. there is no guarantee under the law. it's a benefit. in that sense, just as companies are cutting back on benefits, the government at some point, everyone knows, has to cut back on benefits also. chris: the word we never say is socialism. in effect, once your 65 in this country when it comes to health, you're guaranteed to be taken care of. >> we're all socialists from the day we're born. you don't have to be poor and unemployed to be on welfare. we're all at the trough. we're all health care queens. my parking is subsidized. you're very subsidiesed. the whole country is built on a series of assistance. chris: explain to the skeptic. >> you don't get direct payments in the form of social
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